The Go

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Upholding the grand Detroit street-rock tradition, the Go has taken its gutter-slick, maximum impact guitar rock to new heights the old-fashioned way – by converting the masses through the power of rock, not-so-pure and not-so-simple. Dark sunglasses, shaggy manes of hair and all the swagger you would imagine would still scare your parents, the Go is a rolling rock party with a fuse set to blow at any moment.

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